Monday, September 25, 2017

Category Archives: Featured

Culture Dose: Tasveer South Asian Film Festival
A beautiful October event you won’t want to miss.  At a time when building bridges between cultures and facilitating discussion has never felt more urgent, the Tasveer South Asian Film Festival returns to the greater Seattle area between October 6 and 15. Over the past decade, TSAFF has grown to become the country’s largest, longest and most diverse South Asian film festival in the country. (more…)
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Seattleite Spotlight: Organizing Expert Josie Floyd
An interview with Josie Floyd, founder of Superfine Home, a home organization service that helps you discover space, clarity and well-being through living with less. We love her motto, “want better, not more”. (more…)
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Weekend Wanderings: Calgary + the Canadian Rockies
There are certain red-hot destinations where everyone seems to flock these days. Intriguing Iceland is one; beautiful Banff is undoubtedly another. Whether it’s due to our current political climate, an exchange rate greatly favoring American travelers who head north or simply the pressing need to hang out among some of the nicest people on Earth, Canada seems the place to plan your next trip. (more…)
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Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrors at Seattle Art Museum
Immerse in the infinite. Have you visited the Seattle Art Museum (SAM) recently? If, like me, you haven’t been in over a year, it’s time now. After hearing the buzz for Yayoi Kusami’s Infinity Mirror Rooms in the new exhibition Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors, I finally made it out last week. This iconic exhibit has made Seattle its home for a limited time until September 10th, 2017.  (more…)
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New Late Night Menu at The Butcher’s Table
When the late night munchies strike, Seattleites can enjoy this new, full-flavored late night food and cocktail menu at The Butcher’s Table, a modern steakhouse located near South Lake Union, serving up its own Mishima Reserve Wagyu beef. (more…)
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Weekend Wanderings: Grand Canyon National Park
The Grand Canyon is one of the most recognizable National Parks in the United States with its distinguished layered bands of red rock. Formed over millions of years, the Canyon runs 10 miles across and a mile deep. After plenty of research and a successful five-day trip, here are some of my tips and a few pictures (though these don’t do it justice). Honestly, you need to put it on your list—I can’t put into words how magnificent and stunning it is to experience in person.  A view from the Rim Trail. Grand Canyon, AZ. (more…)
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Local Heroes: Seattle Cancer Care Alliance Nurses
Going behind the scenes of one of the world’s most admirable professions.  Sometimes we forget that there are so many heroes in our midst—folks quietly going about daily duties that save lives and positively impact our immediate community and the world beyond. These hardworking souls are brave, wise, kind, humble and stronger than often seems humanly possible.  We recently spoke with one such Seattleite—Jodie David, a nurse in the Supportive and Palliative Care service at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance. We are so grateful for her work and wanted to share her story with you. (more…)
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City Sweats: Cellular Level Health
Detox is a word we hear all too often, with several products and services on the market making several claims about over all wellness from relaxation, to improved mood and weight loss. Given the record-breaking wet winter we have had in Seattle, everyone could benefit from some infrared sauna time as we look forward to summer in the near future. (more…)
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